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THE CURRVER 1961 



Volume II 




Curry College 
Milton, Massachusetts 



Editor-in-Chief 
Robert Meyers 



Assistant Editor 
Harvey Bernsley 



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With the greatest of pride, we the students of Curry College, dedicate this, our second major 
yearbook to Dr. Donald Wilson Miller, the President of Curry College. 

Dr. Miller has dedicated his life to the college. His aspirations for Curry have gradually 
become a reality. The college has expanded and grown steadily under his able guidance. In 
each of the past twenty years Curry has grown and grown. Dr. Miller is constantly looking for/ 
ward to greater and greater progress for his college. When he expresses a wish, a hope, or an 
idea for the growth of a greater Curry, lo and behold, in less time than one would expect there 
appears a new building, a new laboratory, or a new field. Dr. Miller does not stay content, the 
mo\t is always forward for more and more progress. For Curry's progress among institutions of 
higher learning Dr. Miller is responsible. 

Curry alumni will always fondly remember Dr. Miller's personal interest in every individual 
student. Ue are proud to dedicate this yearbook to the man to whom we owe so much. Dr. Donald 
Wilson Miller. 

The Editor 



BOARD of TRUSTEES 

and 

MEMBERS of the CORPORATION 



Joseph Alovsius Dohertv 
D.V.D., B.S., M.S., LL.B. 
Clerk, Oral Surgeon 



\)ary Grace Miller, S.B. 
High School 7 eacher of 
English (Retired) 




Emma May Miller, A.B. 
Registrar and Bursar, 
Curry College 



David Russell Hubbard, B.S. 
Treasurer, Palmer Hubbard 
and Carpenter, Inc., Contractors 



Chairman of the Corporation 

and Board of Trustees of 

Curry College 



WiilarH FVicc i.omb.ir.l. 1 1..H. 
D.Sc.O., Chairman 

Member of firm, .S'h cct.srr i\! 

Lombard, Counselors <tl Lau 



;'<-njnmin Kriink KiiliiliuH, S.B. 
Hr^carrh h.n^incrr, /'ultmtin 
StandartI (.ompany, Hturimond, 
Indiana 



noM.il.l ttiUon Mill.r, s.n. 
A.M., ImI.M., K.I.I)., U.S. .0. 
I .11.1)., 'treasurer 
I'rcsidcnl, Curry Collene 



Kirlley I'Metclier Mnllier, 

I'll. I)., Sc.l)., I.ill.n., I, .11. 1). 

Professor of Geology, l:iticritas 

Harvard University 




Alfred Augustus Aaron, B.S., M.S., 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and 
Mathematics 
B.S., and M.S., Worcester Polytechnic Institute 



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Lilian Conroy, A.B., Ed.M. 
Reading Room Librarian 
A.B., Radcliffe College 
Ed.M., Harvard University 



Norbone Harris Crowell, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. 
Professor of History and Government 
A..B., Drake University 
A.M., Princeton University 
Ph.D., Cornell University 




Michael Stanislaus Donlan, A.B., Kd.M. 
Instructor in German 
A.B., Ed.\l.; Harvard Iniversity 




Salih Faizi, D. in N. Sc. 
Professor of Geology 
D. in N. Sc, University of Freiburg, 
West Germany 




F,ll« U;hi- lord, U.S. in Id., Kd.M., I .1.1). 
Lecturer on l:lrmi;nlary l:dui:€Uion 
B..S. in VA., MoHton .Slntc TrachcrH College; 
Certificdir of Adviincrd firiidiinlc Study 
(F.lcmriitnrv Kdinfiiion) Mrmion UnivRfnity; 
Ed.D., Calvin f:'.,.l,d,,r foilcgc 




Shininn U. (,omI,I, \.\\.. I'li.n. 
A.ssisldiil I'rofrssor of llisldry, I'oollxill (.ouch 
A.H. iiowdoin Coll.-gc 
I'll.!)., rniviTHily (if Cliicii^jo 





Beatrice K. Ingalls, A.B 
Professor of English 
A.B., Syracuse University 
M.A., Ph.D., Radcliffe College 



Ph.D. 



Abraham Levin, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of French 
A.B., University of Michigan 
A.M., Ph.D., Harvard University 




Robert Clifton Lumpkin, A.B.. Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology 
A.B., St. John's College; 
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University 




Louisa Lockwood Magraw, Ph.D., M.B.A. 
Instructor in Business Administration, 
Ph.B., University of Chicago; 
M.B.A., Boston University 





Lawrence Philip McGrath, B.S., M.S., M.A.,Ph.D. 
Professor of Economics and Business 
Administration 
B.S., University of Illinois 
M.S., Georgetown University 
M.A., Harvard University 
Ph.D., Stanford Univrrsitv 



John Joseph McCarthy, B.S. in Ed., and M.Ed. 
Assistant Professor in Business Administration 
B.S. in Ed and M.Ed., Boston State College 




K.mm.i Miiy Miller, A. 15. 
Ref(ittrar 
A.M., Cany (College 




S.-w,ill M.-.iri.- 
A. ■isisl.it III I'riij 
and Music 

A.B., lliirvari! I niviTsily 
A.M., iind I'll.!)., Boston I itiivcrHily 



A.M., I'li.n. 

ucss Adiiiinislrdtiiiii 





Douglas Stanley Reeve, A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor of Speech 
A.B., Clifton College, London 
Ph.D., St. Andrew's, London 



Rosaltha Hagan Sanders, A.B., M.S., Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 
A.B., Agnes Scott College 
M.S., Emory College 
Ph.D., University of Chicago 





Zoltan Takacs, A.B., Ph.D. 
Professor of Spanish 
A.B., and Ph.D., Royal Hungarian 
Elizabeth University 




A.B. 



L.S. 



Rosa Salome Wilcox, A.B 
Librarian 

A.B., Connecticut College for Women 
A.B. in L.S., University of Michigan 




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Richard B. Eide, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor of English 
A.B., University of Minnesota 
M.A., State University of Iowa 
Ph.D., University of Missouri 









F'nulinr Ann Tripp, Fl.S., H.N. 
College \ursr and tlrallli Se.n>ii 
B.S., SimmonH College 
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jacksoii Heights, New York 



ROBERT .MEYERS 
Brooklyn, New York 




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LOUIS BRUNIER 
Quincy, Massachusetts 




loi:i. sciiNFjni'R 

I'orcsi liills, New York 



Clandidatrs for Baccalaureate Degree 






ELLYN aePLEMAN 
FRHNK BflUMTlN 
KENNETH BEACH 
HARVEY BERN5EEY 
BERNARD BETTENQOURT 
WILLIAM BLAQK 
EUGENE BURLEY 
JOSEPH CAPUA 
HARRY CARL 
ROBERT CARTMILL 
GUIDO D'ALESSIO 
JEROME FELDHERR 
CHARLES FORMAN 
JAMES GUARINO 
RICHARD JOHNSON 

ROBERT WILLIAMS 



GEORGE LARSON, Jr. 
ROSALIE LAVIN 
LEO LEW 
JOHN McGUIRE 

PAUL McCarthy 

ROBERT MEYERS 
ROBERT MORAN 
MARGE OLIPHANT 
RICHARD PIaaI 
LOUIS PRUNIER 
ROBERT RADDING 
DONALD RITUCCI 
JOEL SCHNEIDER 
DOUGLAS TAYLOR 
DAVID WEINSTOCK 



Senior Class Officers 




Left to Right: ('resident, Hol^rrl Mor.in; Vice I'rcsidcnl, ficor^c I iirsoii; Sccrcliiry, I'.llvn A|i|il<Mniin; 
Tr»:;iHi)r<rr, Giiido D'AIohhio. 




ELLYN FAITH APPLEMAN 

"EL" 

148-04 Rockaway Beach Blvd. 
Neponsit 94, New York 

S.B. (ELEMENTARY EDUCATION) 

Common expression. .."whats going on here" 

Future Teacher 

Activities French Club 2, Captain Cheerleaders 4, 

Sec. Senior Class, Layout Editor Year 
Book 4, Student Council-Mayflower Dorm 
4, Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges. 

Committees. ..Social 2,3,4, Student Union 4, Freshman 
Rules 4, Pep Rally 3, 4 



THOMAS FRANCIS BAUMAN 

"BINNEY" 

152 Cross St., Belmont, Mass. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."what am I doing here?" 

Future Sales Executive 

Activities Football 3 





KENNETH A, BEACH JR 

"KENNY" 

17 Lincoln Avenue, Old Greenwich, Conn. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."when in doubt- Punt!" 

Future Personal Management 

Activities Football 3, Touch Football 2, Intramurals, 

Dorm Counci I 3, 4 
Committees, ..Senior Program, General Assembly 



HARVEY BERNSLEY 

"HARVEY" 
1836 East 29th St., Brooklyn, New York 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."Let's take Padding's car" 

Future B us i ne s s E xec ut i ve 

Activities Spanish Club Convocation Speaker 4, 

Assf. Editor of Year Book 4, Dorm Proc- 
tor 4, Who's Who Among Students in 
Americon Universities and Colleges 

Committees... Donee 4, Senior Progrom, General 
Astembly 





BERNARD MANUEL BETTENCOURT 

"BERN" 

772 Wilder St., Lowell, Mass. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."What's up?" 

Future Business 

Activities Debating 3, Year Book Staff Art Editor 4, 

Intramural basketball 3, Football Rally. 
Committees... Dance, Student Union 



WILLIAM BLACK 

"BLACKIE" 

48 Kimball Rd., Dedham, Mass. 

S.B. (SECONDARY EDUCATION) 

Future J.H.S. Principal 

Activities Psychology Club 1, 2 

Committees... Freshman Rules Comm. 4, Dance Comm. 
General Assembly 





EUGENE WALTER BURLEY 

"GENE" 

38 Vernon St., Bridgewater, Mass. 

S.B. (EDUCATION) 

Common expression. .."Is that right! 

Future Teaching, Coaching 

Activities Baseball, Intramurals 



JOSEPH V. CAPUA 

"FOE" 
34 Tehamo St., Brooklyn, New York 

A.B. (HISTORY and GOVERNMENT) 

Commoo expfo$sioo..."Hi Kiddies" 

Future Ini urance 

Aclivifiet Basketball 2, 3, 4; Proctor of Boston 

Hall 2, Spanish Club 2, Fire Captain of 

North Hall 4 





HARRY JAMES CARL 

"HARRY" 

24 Norman Ave., Amityville, New York 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."keep the noise down" 

Future Sales Management 

Activities Football Captain 3, 4, Basketball 2, 

Baseball 3, Vice-President-Spanish Club 
3, Intramural Softball & Basketball 3,4, 
Boston Hall Proctor 3, Lodge Dorm Proc- 
tor 4, Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges 
Committees.... Spring Dance, 3 



ROBERT Do CARTMILL 

"BOB" 

130 Wompatuck Rd., Hingham, Mass. 

S.B. (SECONDARY EDUCATION) 

Future Teaching 

Activities Basketball 1,2, Baseball 1,2,; Debate 4 





GUIDO A. D'ALESSIO 

"DODO" 

102 Lawrence St., Brockton, Mass. 

S.N. (EDUCATION) 

Common expression..."! would say so" 

Future Secondary School Teaching & Gov't work 

Activities Junior Class Usher 3, Head Usher at 

Commencement Exercises 3, Intramural 
Softball manager 3, 4, Junior Class Trea- 
surer, Senior Clas; Treasurer, Who'sWho 
Among Students in American Universities 
and Colleges 

Committees... Senior Prom, Scoreboard 4, Flag 4, Or- 
ientation 4, Freshman rules 4, Class 
Gift 4, Social, Program, General Assembly 



JEROME FELDHERR 

"FEATHER" 
32-13 87th St., Jackson Heights, New York 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."Whof do you wont now William s? 

Activities Intromurol Softball 2, Intramural basket- 
ball 2, 3, Floor Proctor 4, Who's Who 
Among Sfodents In American Universities 
ond Colleges 

Committees... Senior Prom Committee 





CHARLES C. FORMAN 

"CHUCK" 

68 Yorktown St., Rockville Centre, New York 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."Mute" 

Future Business 

Activities Basketball 1, Football 3, Intramural Foot- 
ball 3, Basketball 3, Softball 3 



JAMES N. GUARINO 

"JIMMY" 

109 Wendell Pork, Milton, Mass. 

S.B. (RADIOS. TELEVISION) 

Common expression. .."keep your books off my car" 

Future Return to Heidelberg 

Activities Announcing Sport Activities 2, 3, 4; 

Basketball 1, Softball 1, 2 
Committees... Freshman Rules, General Assembly 





RICHARD A. JOHNSON 

"DICK" 

195 East Main St., Avon, Mass. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Future Sales Engineering 

Activities Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 



ROSALIE LAVIN 

"ROSIE" 
1420 Mott Ave., For Rockawoy, L.I., New York 

S.B. (ELEMENTARY EDUCATION) 

Common expression. .."Potience Is a virtue, try until 
you satisfy,',' 

Future Teacher 

Activities Chorus 2, 3; French Club 2, 3 

^omm Mc«»'... . Sor lol Comm. 4 





GEORGE LARSON JR. 

"SWEDE" 

53 Longwood Ave., Brockton, Mass, 

S.B. (BIOLOGY) 

Common expression,,."! think I passed" 

Future Teaching and biologist 

Activities Vice-President Jr and Senior Class, Head 

Usher at Graduation, Intramurals - Softball 
Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, Orientation 
of Freshman 4, Christmas Convocation 
Exercise 3, Who's Who Among Students 
in American Universities and Colleges 

Committees.., Genera! Assembly 4, Social 4, Prom 4, 
Class Gift 4, Student Union 4, Freshman 
Rules 4 



LEO LEW 

"MR. LEW" 

42 Warren St., Roxbury, Mass. 

S.B. (EDUCATION) 

Common expression. ."Am I late for class again?" 

Activities "Who's Who Among Students in American 

Universities and Colleges 





MARGE L. OLIPHANT 

1101 Old Mamaroneck Rd., White Plains, New York 

S.B. (ELEMENTARY EDUCATION) 

Common expression. .."Dave, I'll be right home." 

Future Elementary School Teacher 

Activities Cheerleading 1, 2 

Committees... Dance 1, 2, 3; Prom 3, Senior Program 4, 
Social 4. 



RICHARD PIZZI 

"DICK" 
565 Lincoln St., Walthom, Mass. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."Holy Moly" 

Future Financier 

Activities Intramural basketball 1, 2, Softball 1, 2 

3, 4, Graduotion Usher 3 
Committees... Dance A, Mock Election 4, Senior Program 

4 





LOUIS A. J. PRUNIER 

"LOU" 

93 Squanto Rd., Quincy, Mass. 

S.B. (RADIO-TV BROADCASTING) 

Common expression. .."Holy Mackerel" 

Future News Commentator 

Activities Basketball Broadcaster 4, Who's Who 

Among Students in American Universities 

And Colleges 
Committees... Mock Presidential Election 4 



ROBERT M. RADDING 

"BUFF" 

89 Bronson Terrace, Springfield, Mass. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."No, lets take Bernsley's car" 

Future Industrial Management 

Activities Psychology Club 1, Dormitory Proctor 4, 

Intramurals 1,2,3 
Committees... Yearbook 4, Social 4 





DONALD RITUCCI 

"DON" 

131 Walnut St., Brockton, Moss. 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."I'm broke again 

Future Lawyer 

Activities .Varsity Baseball 3, 4 

Committees... Chairman Election Committee, Senior 

Program Committee 4, Social Committee 

4, Commencement Usher 3 



JOEL SCHNEIDER 

"JOEL" 
104-20 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills, New York 

S.B. (CHEMISTRY) 

Common expression. .."Where should wc go this week- 
end'" 

Future Physic ion 

Activities Dorm Proctor 4 

Committees... Social Committee, Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Universities and 
Colleges 





DOUGLAS JOHN TAYLOR 

"DOUG" 

417 White Rd., Mineola, New York 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."Keep it up" 

Future Business Executive 

Activities Football Manager 3, Football Rally 3, 

Intramural Softball 2, 3; Mock Election4 
Committees... Student Union 3, Harvest Moon dance 3, 

General Assembly Speaker 4, Dorm 

Proctor 



DAVID JEROME WEINSTOCK 

"DAVE" 

23 Hildreth St., Dorchester, Mass. 

S.B. (EDUCATION) 

Common expression. .."Better check to be sure" 

Future English Teacher 

Activities Dramatics 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, Intra- 
mural Softball 3, Graduation Usher 3, 
Christmas Convocation 3, Intramural 
Basketball 3 

Committees... Junior Class President, Freshman Orien- 
tation 4, Senior Program Committee 4 





ROBERT NORMAN WILLIAMS 

"BOB" 

62 Brompton Rd., Garden City, New York 

S.B. (BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION) 

Common expression. .."Harvey always wins." 

Future Salesman 

Activities Co-captain Football 3,4; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 1,2,3,4; Intramural Softball 1,2; 
Intramural Football 1 

Committees... Dorm. Proctor 3, 4 




Junior Class Officers 




Left to Right: President, Michael Columbo; Vice President, Matthew D'Amato; Secretary, Roberta Robinson; 
Treasurer, William Doherty. 




\^ illiam Acosta 



Paul Aimis 




li.ilicrt Hrorjcr 



James Black 



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Norma Blum 




Michael Columbo 




Coroic Coughiin 



Koix-rl (.iinirt 



MmiiIi.'w D'Aiiuih 



All. HI DcS li..si.TS 




/illiam Doherty 



allace Ely 



Michael Fox 





Leonard Frank 



Gregory Galvin 





Joseph Gattuso 



Robert Goldstein 



Jane Granstrom 



John Guadagnoii 




Ian Hamilton 



Helen Hughes 



Clayton Johnson 



Steven Josephson 





Margaret Keougl: 



Barry Kings ley 




Hptt«- Klein 



John I <ll,.irl 




Jeanette Mayers 



Alice-Mary Molloy 



Paul MacLean 



Paul McGilvary 





Robert McLoughlin 



Robert Oasis 




Roy PatMalnee 



Russell Peterson 



Anthony Picariello 



Toby Presser 




Michael Reale 



Joanne Robinson 



Roberta Robinson 



Kai Rojanavongse 




Hoh.Tt Hnshruck 



Sara Hudnick 



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F.mory Thomfwon, III Holurl \ Jiill.inc oiirl 



H.iixrl W.itlf 



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FEBRUARY 16, 1961 



Electronics Jolts tuirj 



By HERB HAD AD 

^ -^^ is providing -, 
^?^''u°'to the students andl 
real oolt to tn j^jiton's 

basketball team at iv 
Curry College. 

The 82-ye-^-°Lltetroad' 

casting ,f *„i^?s the student 

system. It P^"^"casting under 
to practice sportscasS^^^^„£ 

the^enslon |^J,|^VanwhUe 

a running f^^'^^jedto gteat- 
the athlete IS spurre _ 

er effort l?y j^^^^^^f his feats 
ine description oi 

as h« a^^i'^^*' *^ 

Thestatenient^f^7,°,^;Ytll 

^°^eTo?ed'™Set," said' 

rnrm\mb°f^c^,*^^^ 

"You get a chance ^^^ „ 

yourself as you reai y 

-Sriocated-J^^/-^ 
dotted ^^^^^^f ^,Sn strationl 
classroona .and ^^^ ^^ ^f the 
t^iWingS'isfeS^hasex-, 
smaller college v. college 

panded to ^^f,}^l Their 

population «Pl°^^^e''nt body 
?o-educational student ^^^^ 

now n^/"^^f, ^°n earn a 
and a student can 
° A -n rlpgree m a legt^ 

B.S or A-B-^^^+udy course, 
lar, fo^r-year stuay ^^^i^n 

■^^^'./^.'fv Dr Donald W. 
was added by "'^^ .^^^t since 
Miller, school pr^si^ 

^^^^of^Vy%«-^"^ewE-^- 
ice of ai^y^^lnnese head. 

successful group of ^a^^^„„g 

pie," Dr. Ml"" ^^^''^Gallagher, 
them are Boh « ^^^^^^ 
sportscaster lor we 
Patriots Foothall CluD 



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BB^^*^ or^AdTBR Malcolm Doyle ot 
ing team members. eommentary of the 

two -"-rBiu^Sog^lg--'^^^^^^^^^ 

SuneerT?or^lhe Cleveland i.^^^^^^^^^^^ and cor- 

Tov.ns and ^d.^--e ,,A\,a each other. 

pSg^as Reeve who c^^^^^ listeners, 

to Curry via iJrit<"". added. 

l-.^£^SuSent allows a bU As part of their broadc^^- 
. +7, record and hear him ij^o and iv g.game 

i^T'you can tell a student al^.^y has ^^^^^H^^^t both 
^^"•/ 7times that he's speak- onies. _ Flayer ^^^^^_ 

H^^'^fnistButinthisway.he ^^e ^^^°^^^^re m^i^ 

pves'"to%imself --^^^Ms^ary --^tS anthem is 

'^^^^^' * «P record thelpl'ayed. 

'■We also tape recora 







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Anthonv Arico 



Russell Bartlett 



Albert Belgiorno 






Harbara Bert; 



W illiani licrimin 



Barrv BliinuMifeld 





Robert Krucken 



l|..l„Tl H.M.. l.i.T 







Vernon Crenshaw 



Linda Cohen 



Carole Dauraan 






Charles Dickinson 



Malcolm Doyle 



David Dresser 






John Dwyer 



Carol Edison 



Paul Fleming 






John Gawler 



Elaine Geffner 



Paul Gendel 






Robert Geresi 



Rosalie Glanzman 



Gary Goldblatt 




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Allan Hallman 



Barbara Halperin 



Thomas Hatfield 






Jeffrey Helzel 



Wade Hornsby 



Arthur Katz 






Ira Kaufman 



Lawrence Kraut 



Harvey Kessert 






Roger Ke 



Terrv Lalin 



Ruby Langbort 





DoijL'ia'^ I an/ar'i 



Barry Lederman 




Edvtlie I edorman 




Martin Liddy 





H..I..TI I 0,k' 



(Jcorgc Low, Jr. 




Stephanie Lutz 





eta Marlowe 



Dominic Marinelli 










Fred Mayer 



Pedro Mendez 



\ incent Meunier 






Philip Meyer 



William Myerburg 



Benjamin Mindich 










Theodore \luhlberg 



Richard Perrier 



Joan Piatt 




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Phyllis Portnoy 



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1 awrence Quirk 



Norman Ramol, Jr. 





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Martin Rosenberger 



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Dianne Samuelian 




Edythe Schultz 




Michael Sher 





Susan Siege 



Sandra Smith 






Robert Sorota 



Ellen Sperber 



Linda Swartz 






lelen Schluzas 



Robert I arantino 



Kurt TerVeen 






firaijj Tomkinson 



liicliard Valvo 



Robert V'itale 





Daphne Voiie 



1 cMinard Walliice 





Robert Abrams 



Neil Adelman 



Joaquin Afonso 



Bruce Alsen 




Fleanor Altschul 



Ralph Angelillo 



Howard Apfelbaum 



FVed Aronowitz 




itiiiiitr<l \t>innuu 



NiclioJHH \mi:u/.i> 



RmIumI i!,,lis 




Jeffrey Barash 



Gary Barlow 



Gregory Beeche 



Barry Becker 




Tim Bergen 



David Berger 



Alan Bergman 



Mark Berkson 




Harry Brousaides 



Harriet Block 



Gerald Blumberg 



Linda Bock 




Kathleen Bond 



Jack Bauer 



Reginald Braithwaite 



Arlene Brown 




F^lcbard Brunner 



Harold Burnett 



Walter Caira 



Paul Canipaposano, Jr. 




Fimilio C!.irii|r|;i, \, 



\l.illlii-vs (!;i|iri|ii;i(i(- 



IImIhtI (:„|P|,r, 



li iiliMr d (!cri]U.i 




Priya Chavanich 



Evelyn Cherney 



Gary Chicofsky 



Michael Christoforo 




Marion Clogston 



Donald Cohen 



Gerald Cohen 



Fred Conte 




Howard Cooper 



Jay Cummings 



James Daly 



Ralph Delia Crosse 




Peter Dolan 



John Dorman 



Allan Eiring 



Joyce Elias 




\ ivian Ulias 



H Ichard F'.llenlu 



Dennis FJlstein Ann Ruth Knowitz 




li.irrv i (iHlciii 



l-.ll.M l.|,sl,i., 




Steven Faber 



Elaine Feinstein 



Carl Feldman 



Daniel Feldman 




John Felowitz 



Jill Finkelstein 



arc Finkelstein 



Robert Fisch 





Howard Fleisher 



Barbara Forbes 



Burton Fowler 



Audrey Franklin 




Gerald Frawle\ 



Harold Frieder 



Ellen Friedman 



Roma Friedman 




Kenneth [-ursl 



Fred Garber 



Anita Gardner 



Barry Gehrman 




Pcnnv Gclband 



Stanley Geltman 



Mndclirii- GiiiHlicru 




Marcia Gladstein 



Alan Gladstone 



Sandra Glickman 



Herbert Gold 





Joseph Goldman Nancy Goroff Judith Greenberg 



Freddy Greene 





Steven Greendlinger John Hagerty Robert Hagler Stephen Halpert 




Marsha llandis 



Susan Harris 



Richard Hartnett 



Janice Heis 




Kichard Mines 



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Arthur Hollander 



Patrick Hughes 





Arthur Johnson, Jr. 



Ralph Johnson 



Arthur Kagan 



Nancy Kahn 




Rochelle Kaplan 



Sylvia Kaplan 



Margaret Kaufmann 



Sheila Kaufman 




Nancy Kaye 



Jane Keller 



Robert Kipnes 



Barbara Klein 




Robert Klein 



Peter Kline 



Steven Kropp Richard Koeck 




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Carolyn Lepler Beverly Lieberman Anita Linka 




Ira Lipkins 




James Loscalzo Judith Lowenstein 



Alan Lubin 



Leslie Lustbader 






Jane Maimone 



Sara Jane Marcus 



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Gordon Matthews 






Richard Mattv 



David Meehan 



Karen Meltzer 



Ronald Merenstein 






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James Miller 



Theresa Moffa 




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JaiK-l Morrc 




James Mulroy 



Mary McLean 



Patricia Namzoff 



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Alan Newman 



Alan Newman 



Donald Newton 



Dennis Neyland 





John Nowik 



Marie O'Connell 



Cynthia Ormont 



Kenneth Ossias 




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Colin Parker 



Allan Peck 




Paul Perron 



Robert Peters 



Zandra Philipson 



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U'.l.rrl Popkin 



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Na.Hui Prcsl 




Renee Psaty 



William Quinlan 



Clark Rattet 



Howard Rauchberg 






Phyllis Rubin 



Albert Rudolph 



Grace Ryder 




Wavne Sabo 



Linda Sadev 



Martin Sandler 



Jack Schless 




liarbara Schwartz 



Robert Serge 



Philip Serlin 



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Anthony Spignese 



Ronnie Statfeld 



Philip Stephany 



Brian Stewart 




Jules Stewart 



Lois Stolitzky 



Leslie Sufrin 



Tim Sullivan 




Paul Summa Raymond Supr)'nowitz 



Steven Tager 



Alice Taishoff 




I oren Tarlowe 



F, lias Travassos 



David Vauclin 



Carole Viasserman 




Jay Rcinbcrg 



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Ichael Weisman 



Patricia Welch 



Charles Williams 






Charles Willinghar 



Arthur Wilson 



Harvey Wolfe 






Sheryl Wolin 



Arthur Yeselson 



Richard Yontef 



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PSYCHOLOGY CLUB 




Seated, Left to Right: Suzanne Masse, Stephanie Lutz, Arthur Johnson, Dr. Lumpkin, Grace Ryder. 
Second row, Standing: Linda Boch, Sheryl WoLin, Karen Meltzer, Jane Maimone, Vernon Crenshaw, 
Evelyn Cherney, Barbara Schwartz, Albert Rogowski, Barton Ch.'r,-y. 
Top Row: Barry Gehrmon, Gary Morgan, James Mulroy, Robert V'rale, Colin Parker. 



F'or generations man gathered [iprlitifnt :in(l not so |MTliiiciit iiiforriialioii aliout llic 
ment which surrounded him, trying to understand llie means, linw, iuicl causes of cxistcnco 
wan given to the understanding of man's behavior. Fventiially ItimkI nianifcstcil iiinisi-lf 
field of Ntudy. 



lifn and environ- 
. I iltle allenlior 
111(1 opened a now 



Today, psychology lias become n complex, arbitrary science aiul nieritsllie name danf;lit er of |iliiloso|iln , 
The fact ihiil students at Curry rollcgc consider it highly interesting ajipciirs evident from tli<' |Hi|Mihiril\ 
of the f'sychology Club . The members meet every 1 luirsday afternoon, and rinfjinf; discussions on moli- 
VOled behavior, the psychology of advertising, and menial |irol>lenis are am(iii;i llie lopies. 1 ast year llie 
group visited a reformatory; plans for this year inelmli' a Irip In a menial insi ihil ion. 



'Ihc club's adviser is Ilr. Itr)liert l.umpkin; llie offiiers are; I'res., \rlliiir 
Hyder, See., F'.vclyn (iherney, iinil 'I reas., Stephanie 1 nl/. I lie meetings are infn 
end v»ilh refreshments. The club welcomes all members of the Htudeiit body wlio are 



Jolinson, \.l'., (.race 
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inlercHteil in the fielrl. 



LE CERCLE FRANCAIS 




Seated, left to right: Susan Harris, Linda Cohen, Judith Greenberg, Joanne Robinson. 

Standing: Harvey Wolfe, Paul McGilvray, Gary Morgan, Dr. Abraham Levin, David Smith, James 

Molroy. 

Top: Malcolm Doyle. 



Le Cercle Francais is only four years old, but a tradition seems to be 
developing. The success of the club can be measured by its many members, and 
this club is an invaluable aid to the student of French. The group meets Thursday 
afternoons to discuss current events, French movies, books, and customs. Re- 
freshments are served at each meeting, and a full program of activities is planned 
including lectures and tours. The group is under the helpful direction of Dr. Levin; 
Linda Cohen is president; Judy Greenberg secretary. Le Cercle Francais enables 
each member to absorb an academic and less formal taste of French culture and at 
the same time sharpens his verbal use of the language. 



SPANISH CLUB 




Seated, left to right: Linda Swartz, Linda Bock, Karen Meltzer, Vivian Elias, Elaine Geffner, Susan Siegal 
Standing: Barry Gehrman, Joaquin Afonso, Tim Bergen, Jules Stewart, Dr. Takacs, David Smith, Norman 
Ramol, Fronk Ribaudo, Barbara Halperin. 
Top: Gory Morgan, Michael Reale, Lenord Wallace, Paul Zminkowski, Steve Kropp. 



'Ihc Spiinish CHiib, now in its second year, enriches Curry College's well- 
rounded program of extra-curricular activities and is ably directed by Dr. Zolliin 
TakiiCH, profesftor of Spanish. Those students inlerestcfl in advancing their 
knowledge of Spanish culture, traditions, folklore and ninsi( :irc iiivil<'d to join. 
An excellent opportunity to practice the fluency nf spcccli anil llw pcrffction of 
accent of the South American people isproviili-d since S|iiiiiisli is llic scilc laiiniiage 
apokcn while the mcclingH arc in scHHion. 



SENIOR COMMITTEES 




Program Committee: 

Seated Left to Right: Kenneth Beach, 

Douglas Taylor, Bernard Bettencourt, 

George Larson, William Black. 

Standing: Paul McCarthy, Guido D'Alessio, 

Ellyn Appleman, Richard Pizzi, Robert 

Meyers. 

Top Row: David Weinstock, James 

Guarino, Harvey Bernsley, Robert Moran, 

Donald Ritucci. 



Social Committee: 

Seated Left to Right: Richard Pizzi, 
Robert Meyers, Ellyn Appleman, Douglas 
Taylor, Robert Moran. 

Standing: Kenneth Beach, David Wein- 
stock, Guido D'Alessio, Donald Rittuci, 
George Larson. 



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SENIOR COMMITTEES 




Mock Presidential Election: 

Seated Left to Right: Douglas Taylor, 

Richard Pizzi, Donald Ritucci, Bernard 

Bettencourt. 



Freshman Rules Committee: 

Sealed Left to Right: David Weinstock, 

Fllyn Appleman, James Guarino, Robert 

Meyers. 

Standing: Douglas Taylor, f^illiam Black, 

George Larson, Robert Moran, Guido 

D'Alessio. 




SENIOR COMMITTEES 




Student Union Committee: 
Seated Left to Right: Robert Moran, 
Ellyn Appleman, George Larson. 
Standing: Paul McCarthy, Matthew D'Amato, 
Robert Meyers. 



General Assembly Committee: 

Seated Left to Right: Guido D'Alessio, 

Kenneth Beach, Douglas Taylor, George 

Larson, Bernard Bettencourt. 

Standing: Robert Meyers, Robert Moran, 

Ellyn Appleman, Harvey Bernsley. 




JUNIOR COMMITTEES 



Freshman Tea Committee: 

Seated Left to Right: Jacqueline Zeeman, 

Bette Klein, Mathew D'Amato, Roberta 

Robinson, Alice-Mary Molloy. 

Standing: Michael Columbo, Joanne 

Robinson, David Lepore. 




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Winter Carnival Committee: 
Seated Left to Right: Mike Fox, Carole 
Coughlin, Robert Brener, Bette Klein, 
Roberta Robinson, Mathew D'Amato, 
Alice-Mary Molloy, Michael Columbo. 
Standing: Barry Kingsley, David Smith, 
Joanne Robinson, David I.epore. 



DRAMATIC CLUB 




Seated, Left to Right: Elaine Geffner, David Weinstock, Barbara Halpern, Suzanne Masse. 
Standing: Elaine Weiner, Karen Meltzer, Dr. Douglas Reeve, Joe Goldman, Sheryl Wolin. 



The actors have their guild, and Curry College has its Dramatic Society! 
This club is popular among students because it invites not only those with acting 
ability to join, but all those interested in other aspects of production. Members 
with exceptional talent may also be elected to Alpha Psi Omega, a national drama- 
tic fraternity. 

The Curry College Dramatic Society provides various activities for its mem- 
bers. It reviews current plays, in addition to reading and acting out excerpts from, 
many of the classics. At present the Dramatic Society is endeavoring to produce 
The Importance of Being Earnest, a play by Oscar \^ilde. It is to be produced in 
the spring under the direction of Dr. Douglas Reeve. 



DEBATING CLUB 




Sonfr-d, L oft to Right: Elaine Geffner, Joel Goldman, Barbara Halperin. 
Standing: Dennis Ellstein, Dr. Douglas Reeve, Gary Morgan. 
Top Row: Michael Fox, Malcolm Doyle 



'I he rjebiitin^ tniim i.s shnping up an one of llic finosl f'lirrv 
flollpgo hfiH ever [)ro(iiifpfl. I nder ihf! wise .niA |ialicril f^iiidaiii c 
of Dr. Reeve und F)r. (>oiiId the tcnm is growinf; in c'(irifidiTic(' nnd 
in expectation of coming debiitew. A forrnnl challpnge has heen 
iHHiied to WelleHley, nnd hope for a Northciislcrii lunil niiiH high. 
'I he delialing team will engage in intraimirid i ninpii it ion i)i'fr)re 
taking on any InvialhanH as opponents. 



CHORISTERS 




Seated Left to Right: Joanne Robinson, Linda Bock, Vivian Elias, Meta Marlowe, Kay Bond, Roberta 

Robinson. 

Standing: Vernon Crenshaw, Zandro Philipson, George Reynolds, Dr. Sewell Potter; music director, Freddy 

Gilstein, Carole Wasserman, Felice Ross. 



Wise men have proclaimed that singing is one of the 
best means of enjoyment and expression. The truth of this 
statement is evident to Curry College Students when listen- 
ing to or participating in the Choristers. Under Dr. Sewell 
Potter's able leadership at the organ, the students this 
year furnished superlative entertainment at the Thanksgiving 
Convocation and the Christmas candlelisht service. 



BAND 




Left to Right: Matthew D'Amato, Freddy Gilstein, Robert Tarantino, Bernard Bettencourt, Gerald Blumberg. 
Standing: Dr. Sewell Potter. 



I nder the excellent guidance of Dr. Sewell Potter, 
ill'; fiurry College Hand lias become significant on our 
campus. It has faithfully attended football and basketball 
games, helping to inspire our teams to victory. The mem- 
bers, although few in number, have contributed so much 
to the enjoyment of games that they deserve the appreciation 
and (hanks of the sludciil lioiiy. 



THE EDITORS 




Left to Right: Harvey Bernsley, Paul McGilvray, Jacqueline Zeeman, Ellyn Applemcn, Bernard Bettencourt, 
Robert Meyers. 



A FORMAL DECLARATION 



We, the editors of the 1961 Curryer, are bound to a formal declaration. Vi e are dedicated to excel- 
lence in bringing this yearbook to all the students of Curry College. The standards we have placed upon 
our work emulate those set by the editors who have preceded us. Our goal was to create the best possible 
journal of memories. Our hope was to provide a nostalgic reference to former college days. Our success 
depended upon our dedicated staff and all those subscribers who demonstrated their faith in our abilities. 

If we have realized our goal, our hope, our success, we have progressed far beyond what seemed an 
impossible task; for the months flew, and the work dragged, and amidst a jumble of notes, photographs, 
and layout plans, a guiding principle was instilled in us by a member of the staff. He quoted from Poor 
Richard's 'Almanac: "Let us up and be doing, and doing to the purpose; so, by diligence shall we do more 
with less perplexity." This quotation haunted us like a guardian angel, soon the work gathered momentum, 
and behold, here is the result, the Curryer for 1961. 

The Fditors 




Seated, left to right - Alice-Mary Molloy, Carole Coughlin, Roma Friedman, 
Edith Schultz, Anita Linko, Jackie Zeeman. 

Standing: Tim Bergen, Joanne Robinson, Felice Ross, Karen Meltzer, 
Robert Meyers, JaneMaimone, Sheryi Wo I in, Ellyn Appleman, Roy PatMainee, 
Joaquin Afonso, Robert Hagler, Harvey Bernsley, Paul McGilvory, Robert 
Padding, Bernard Bettencourt. 



YEAR BOOK STAFF 

ROBERT MEYERS 
Editor-in-Chief 

Harvey Bernsley Assistant Editor 

Ellyn Appleman Layout Editor 

Jacqueline Zeeman Copy Editor 

Bernard Bettencourt Art Editor 

Paul McGilvray SportsEditor 

Robert Meyers Business Manager 

Nicholas Ascenzo Assistant Business Manager 



Dr. Donald Wilson Miller 
Faculty Adviser 



Dr. Beotrice Ingalls 
Proof Reader 



Carole Coughlin 
Alice-Mary Molloy 
Felice Ross 
Roma Friedman 
Robert Hagler 
Shcryl Wolin 
Joanne Robinson 



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Karen Meltzer 
Jack Afonso 
Tim Bergen 
Jane Maimone 
Robert Podding 
Anita Linko 
B'-tfc Klein 



Roy PatMainee 

Mike Reale 
Edythe Schultz 

Photography Assistants 

HU-vf CrciriKllirmor 
Koborl nrener 
Stove Kropp 
Steve SelKlor 



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CHEER LEADERS 




Kneeling: Jacqueline Zeeman, Ellyn Appleman. 

Standing, Left to Right: Edythe Schultz, Joanne Robinson, Edythe Lederman, Sandra Smith, Bette Klein, 

Ellen Sperber, Roberta Robinson, Marie O'Connell. 



Who coulfl give more substantial support, inject more spirit, 
and increase more interest in our athletic activities than our 
cheerleaders? I'niformed in purple and white, these ton girls, 
led by Captain I' llyn Appleman, ami C!o-captain Jacqueline Zeeman, 
possesH admirable vitality and vivaciousness. We lliank all of 
them for their participation, cnlhusiasm, and support. 



Co-Captain - Jackie Zeemen 




Captain - Ellyn Appleman 



CHEER LEADERS 




Kneeling: Michael Reale, Barry Kingsiey. Standing, Left to Right, Steven Siegler, Barry 
Blumfeld, Barry Resnick, Allan Newman, Richard Gross. 



Co-Captain 
Barry Kingsiey 




Three cheers for the Cheerleaders! 
This year the cheerleaders were led by 
Michael Heale, captain and Barry Kingsiey 
co-captain. At every game these boys 
cheered our teams on to victory and by 
their lively antics stimulated the spirit 
of iill Curry-ites. 






Captain 
Michael Reale 





First Row, Left to Right: Elias Travassos, Anthony Spignese, Robert Williams Co-Captain, Harry Carl 

Co-Captain, Gary Barlow, Ronald Hershberg. 

Second Row: Backfield Coach Dr. Gould, Paul Gendel, Richard Matty, Brian Steward, Horry Brousaides, 

Robert Bonner, Line Coach Dr. Crowell. 

Third Row: Lewis Monzio, Arthur Johnson, Edward Silverman, William Guinlan, Clark Rattet, Michael 

McLaughlin. 



FOOTBALL 



The highlight of the football season was beating Massachusetts Maritime Academy 36—6. This was 
the Colonels first football victory in their second season of playing the game. The "Colonels" 

were exceptionally well balanced under the coaching of Dr. Gould and Dr. Crowell, and the team demon- 
strated fine plays with strong driving power and spirit. The student body conducted a rally before the 
Harvard game. Though the team was not successful the "Colonels" held the well drilled Harvard fresh- 
men team to a 21-0 score. The injury of co-captain Bob \^illiams and the loss of several other key per- 
sonnel kept the squad's peek below efficiency. The "Colonels" got the utmost from a hard pressed 
bench. Outstanding ball-carriers for the "Colonels" were Gary Barlow, Bill Quinlan, and Harry Carl. 
The two big men in the line were Art Johnson and Harry Brousaides. Despite the disappointments of the 
season, football at Curry College has made a step forward. 





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FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 1960 

Curry Opponents 

Newport Naval Station 14 

Harvard Freshmen "B" 21 

12 Maine Maritime Academy 46 

36 Mass. Maritime Academy 6 

Fort Devens 36 




Seated Left to Right: Ralph Delia Crosse, Paul Camposano, Jeffrey Helzel, Wayne Sabo, Gory Barlow, 
Robert Rosbruck, Steven Josephson, Ira Kaufman, William Quinlan, Paul McGilvray. 

Standing: Coach Jack Vallely, Michael McLaughlin, Michael Sher, Anthony Spignese, Jay Cummings, 
David Meehon, Elias Travassos, Theodore Muhlberg. 



BASKETBALL 



This year veteran Bob Mosbruck ca[)Uuncil the "Cfjloncls" in their first p<inie of tlio se.ison, which 
brouf^ht about defeat to Calvin Coolidge .School. Ihe game was played at the Miller h ieldhouse before 
an overflowing, enthuniastic crowd. The team was off on the right foot as the court "Colonels" won 
their first two games and lost a third game in the final minutes of play at Boston Garden. The "Colonels 
came back to win the next two games and it looked as if the Curry College team was lo ho victorious 
again: but center Wayne Sabo injured his ankle and was unable lo play the next six games. Jeff llel/ei's 
rrbounding and Flalpli Bella Crosse's deadly jump-shot helped in making up for the loss of the big center, 
but it was not enough, as the "Colonels" went into a tailspin and lost their next four games. 1 lie 
"Colonels" probably played their best game of the season when they traveled to New Hampshire to heal 
New F.nglund College on their own court. The Curry College I'ive rontitnied lo show great spirit and 
drive by ending the seanon with a creditable record. 





BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1960-1961 




Curr/ College 


Opponents 


70 Calvin Coolidge College 


58 


68 Barrington College 


63 


60 Calvin Coolidge College 


62 


76 Alumni 


59 


67 Barrington College 


64 


91 Lowell Tech. 


105 



63 Bradford DurfeeCollegeof Technology 70 

67 Bradford Durfee Collegeof Technology 90 
77 New England College 79 

68 New England College 61 
61 Husson College 128 
47 Merrimack College 94 




Seated, Lett to Riglit; Arnold Belirmon, Robert Poolito, Frank Ribaudo, Kai Rojanavongse, Michael 

Weisman, Barton Cherry. 

Standing: Coach Dr. Zolton Takocs, Harold Freedher, Norman Ramol, Matthew D'Amato, Leslie Sufrin, 

Neil Adelman, David Smith, Richard Ellentuch, Manager. 

Top Row: Harvey Wolfe, Robert Tarantino, Gregory Beeche, James Lara, Gary Morgan. 



SOCCER 



Throughout the entire season the "Colonels" showed fiplitinf» spirit. I'nder tiie loiidership of Dr. 
Takacs, the team demonstrated fine sportsmanship, f'very panie was even most of the way, but the 
flurry ColloRe hooters won only one name out of thn-e. Ncvorthelpss, soccer has come n long way since 
the game was first orpani/ed at flurry f!o!lef;e. I'rank Hihaiido and Kai Ilojanavonf;se stood out as all- 
round performers and co-captained the squad. 1 lie first f;ariii- of thi- season was a 1—2 victory over 
always stronR Dradford Durfee fiollege of 1 (•< linolof^y. The learns' enthusiasm was high for the fjame 
with New Fngland fiollege, hut the well balanced opponent pave the "Colonels" a 7- t loss. 1 he 
liorilerM' Hpiril remained hit'h as ihc-v faced fiorrlon College, but lost a ihrillinf; game 3-2. 



Curry Opponent 

4 Brodford Durfee College of Tcclinology ? 

A New Fngland College 7 

? Gordon College 3 



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Dormitory OHicers 


Bottom - Left to Right 


Barton Cherry 


William Berman 


Michael Fox 


Top 


Dr. Stanton Gould 


Head Resident 


Paul Gendel 


John Gawler 


Arthur Johnson 




THE LODGE AND SOUTH HOUSE 





Dormitory Officer* 
Left to Right: Theodore Muhlberg, Horry Corl, 
Robert Redding 




BOSTON HALL 





Dormitory Officers: 

Left to Right - 
Robert Williams 
Robert Oassias 
Robert Meyers 
Mr. Alfred Aaron 
Head Resident 



NORTH HALL 




Left to Right 
Jerome Feldherr 
Paul Aimis 
Matthew D'Amoto, 

Head Resident 
Joseph Capua 
Stephen Landau 
Barry Kingsley 




Picarillo, Anthony — Take the next sentence. Dr. Takacs conducting a class in Spanish. 




Miss Schultz, German is a fine language. Dr. Donlan conducting a class in German. 




But, Miss Wograw, I thought 120 words a minute was good 



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What's a mottor - you hove rocks in your head. Dr. Faizi conducting a class in Geology. 







Pardon me, Mr. Newman, it's a credit, not a debit! Mr. McCarthy conducting a course in 
introduction to business. 




What's holding their attention? 




'The booi< says 

(Says Dr. McGrath!) 



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ay, you guys! Who did It? Dr. Lumpkin conducting a class 
^in Experimental Psychology. 



Do you really think you know the answer, Mr. Doyle. Dr. Ingalls 
lecturing on English Literature 





Mr. Larson "What is embroyology and don't look at your notes. 





Mr. Lanbadie, I am still waiting for your answer. 




"Yes, Mr. Meyers you are right for once." 



Scholars, as it says in the Con..sti..tu..tion 

of the U..ni...ted States. 

Dr. Crowell conducting a class in American 

Government. 





Am I to understand thot you didn t want to take German? 



Eddie: — Pssssssf - Woke up Normo. 
Yet, Mr. Silvermon - ioys Dr. Gould. 




Modi oji wiAdom 



"Smooth seas never make a skillful sailor." 

- Lillian F. Conroy 

"Whatever you do, do beautifully." 

- Rosa Wilcox 

"Hard work toward a worthy end, however small that end may be, is the 
best prescription for a man's peace of mind. (For his wife's peace of 
mind, too.)" 

- Dr. Robert C. Lumpkin 

"Remember it's ruin to run from a fight." (Kipling) 

- Dr. Stanton W. Gould 

The following lines from Blake are my inmost thoughts Blake sets a 
guiding star above life's troubled sea. 

"Bring me my bow of burning gold! 
Bring me my arrows of desire ! 
Bring me my spear! Clouds, unfold! 
Bring me my chariot of fire! 
I will not cease from mental fight. 
Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand, 
Till we have built Jerusalem 
In England's green and pleasant land.' 

(William Blake) 

- Dr. Norborne Crowell 

"Let the opponent make the first mistake - then cash in quickly. 

- Jack Vallely 

"Et puis, L'essentiel, c'est d'avoir fait ce qu'on avait a faire.' 

- Dr. Abraham Levin 

''We are always learning. Schools and colleges merely help us to organize 
and speed up the process. 

- Michael S. Donlan 

"Older than all preached Gospels was this unpreached, inarticulate, but 
ineradicable, forever - enduring Gospel: Work, and therein have well-being.' 

- Dr. Beatrice Ingalls 

"Life brings us a succession of alternatives: to do our duty - or shirk it; to 
appreciate our blessings - or take them for granted; to answer a call for help 
- or pretend not to hear it. By our decisions we reveal our character and re- 
gulate our happiness.' 

- Dr. Douglas Reeve. 



WINTER CARNIVAL 





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FRESHMEN WELCOMING TEA 








To go or not to go... 




Who's camera shy. 




• And did you see me in that grey Corvette? 




Hey Bill, I'll take the girls 
dorm this week. 




Gordon Linen gets double trouble. 




Nice try little one! 




Joft stimuloting your mental 
curiosity' 





Chow time for Billy too! 




The untouchables. 



Lost without his Corvette. 




Hurry up - it's almost 3:25. 




We want to be alone 





t's Slippery Alice. 



Hi Kiddies! 




Anyone for whist. 




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out of the picture! 



May I have turkey instead of ham' 






Did you sign out? 




The "Care Packages" finally arrive 



Haven't you read the hand book? 




11:30 - It's too early to go to classes - we need more sleep. 



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Dr. ^/ille^ - What's on the agenda after the year book? 




Woif one minute, I'll find some money. 







Anyone going to the drug store. 





What? Dr. Miller wants to see me 
again? 




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It's not what you know, it's who you 
know.... 



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hovj many did you flunk? 




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The Key to Success in College 




Consistent class room attendance and continual participation. 




Effective Study Habits 




Constructive Social Purpose 




TTLOPOJE-P LIB'U*'!.T ret. CURJ^V C6iiCCt ■ t^\L^rOl^ M<!.- 






At this time I would like to thank the people that helped this book 
become a reality. 

Dr. Donald Wilson Miller, for his advice; Mr. Richard Nourse, of 
Alston Photographers; Mr. Theodore Thomte, of Burdette and Company 
Publishers; and the students of Curry College that subscribed to the 
1961 Curryer. 

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